Displaying items by tag: Hamlet Police Department

HAMLET — The Hamlet Police Department made one family’s Christmas a little merrier Monday morning.

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HAMLET — A tag-team effort led to the arrest of a probation absconder with outstanding warrants from multiple departments suspected of stealing a vehicle.

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Friday, 13 September 2019 16:17

Hamlet Police Department hires 2 more officers

HAMLET — Two new officers will be patrolling the streets after being added to the roster this week.

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HAMLET — Police say they caught two men red-handed stealing from a local hardware store in the early morning hours.

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HAMLET — Stephanie Holder spent Wednesday afternoon packing bags with school supplies for an upcoming back-to-school event.

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HAMLET — Police arrested a man on Thursday wanted in Scotland County for throwing an explosive device into a home two years ago.

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HAMLET— Police believe a man whose body was found Sunday afternoon died following a wreck about 36 hours before he was found in City Lake.

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Sunday, 04 August 2019 16:15

Body pulled from Hamlet City Lake

HAMLET — Police are conducting a death investigation after a body was pulled from Hamlet City Lake.

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HAMLET — Police are investigating four home break-ins that occurred within a 16-hour time period this week.

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 HAMLET — In a patriotic service to celebrate Richmond County's “everyday heroes,” Dr. Allison Farrah, pastor of First Baptist Church, led the congregation and choir to demonstrate appreciation for those who protect and serve the community on Sunday, July 14.

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